Key words, meta tags and XML site maps are known technologies to increase the reach of a web site. The following article is a case study with some quantitative numbers on the effects of adding them to a web site. It shows how XML site maps, meta tag and key words impact the number of daily sessions, Google referrals and web ranking.
Short Answer: In /usr/bin/ps
Oracle's new operating system Solaris 11 (Express) is a modular operating system based on the IPS installation technology. This feature has been used by Oracle to make the BSD commands in the directory /usr/ucb an optional package which doesn't get installed by default (see previous post). The BSD commands shouldn't be used since they're a backwards compatibility courtesy allowing 20th century applications written for SunOS 4 to operate without changes.
Solaris 11 Express as a predecessor to Solaris 11 ist out and a few things changed and improved...
The directory /usr/ucb isn't there anymore ...
The usage of the BSD commands in /usr/ucb has always been discouraged. The BSD commands have been provided as a backwards compatibility option for SunOS 4.1. People used them in Solaris 2 since they had interesting features. It has never been a good idea to rely on them in Solaris 2
Drupal (6.20) is my favorite CMS technology (see this site). It took me however a while to get my act together in order to maximize the visibility of a Drupal site for search engines. It takes at least two extra modules.
Oracle just published a white paper about making applications work on Solaris 11. Most applications working on Solaris 10 will work without any modification on Solaris 11. The most senior engineers from ISV-Engineering came together and compiled this document with the very few corner cases where an application may see hick ups. All known cases deal with general innovation like upgraded frameworks or retired very old frameworks.
The Apple Java Update 3 from Oct. 20, 2010 breaks OpenOffice 3.2.1. OpenOffice can't find the Java JRE anymore. OpenOffice becomes fairly crippled and it shows lots of popups depending on what you do.
The workaround for this problem is described in the OpenOffice bug report 115180.
Workaround Use command line (Terminal):
New month, new VB update. Same quality as always. The change log refers to a regression, fixed memory leaks, USB enhancements, Windows and RHEL fixes.
The upgrade worked on my Mac worked like a charme. My frozen images survived the upgrade without a reboot.
Good job Oracle engineers, thank you!
"5 bytes of 369M bytes" from my time machine backup.